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Thirty-two years ago today, Harold E. Stassen announced that he had asked President Carter to send him to Iran to negotiate a release of the 52 American hostages being held captive after Islamic students and militants stormed the U.S. Embassy in Tehran on November 4, 1979. The 73-year-old Philadelphia attorney told reporters at an April [...]
Americans Elect announced this week that it has secured a ballot line in South Dakota. More than 15,000 registered voters signed the Americans Elect petition, nearly twice the state requirement, signaling that South Dakotans want a serious alternative choice for president this November. That brings the number of states that AE has qualified for a [...]
Delegates from around the country are currently meeting in Nashville to select the Constitution Party’s nominees for President and Vice-President. Balloting will occur tomorrow for both spots on the ticket, but nominations in the Presidential race are taking place this afternoon. From what we have learned from our sources attending the meeting, it appears that [...]
Engaged in a frantic battle to remain relevant and convince voters that the Republican primaries aren’t over yet, Newt Gingrich scored a minor coup today. Hans Reigle, Chairman of the Kent County Republican Party, announced that he is switching his support from Mitt Romney to Newt Gingrich. Reigle has also served as the Mayor of [...]
Former Delaware Speaker of the House Terry Spence endorsed Newt Gingrich for president yesterday morning during a Gingrich campaign stop at the Correctional Officers Association of Delaware. Hoping to revive his lagging campaign, the former U.S. House Speaker is focusing the majority of his energy on the Delaware primary, the smallest prize in next week’s [...]